BLAST FROM THE PAST: Chelsea v Swans
12th September 2014
As part of our weekly content on social media and the club website, today we bring you our latest 'Blast From The Past' feature.
Every Friday, we will provide supporters the opportunity to reminisce over a classic match between the Swans and an upcoming opponent.
This weekend Garry Monk's side head to Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea as the Swans look to continue their fine start the season.
Therefore, today we look back at a classic encounter between the two sides from 2013.
Chelsea 0 Swans 2 - Stamford Bridge - January 9, 2013
Swansea won at Chelsea for the first time in 87 years to head into the Capital One Cup semi-final second leg with a precious two-goal advantage.
The hosts dominated in the first half but an error from defender Branislav Ivanovic allowed Michu to curl home.
The home side continued to press but Ivanovic was again at fault in stoppage time when Danny Graham seized on his poor backpass to seal the win.
Demba Ba thought he had snatched a late goal only for it to be ruled offside, while the striker was also booked for simulation after going down in the box under a challenge from Gerhard Tremmel.
The win put Swansea firmly in command heading into the second leg at the Liberty, which ended goalless, before Michael Laudrup's side went on to beat Bradford 5-0 at Wembley to lift their first major trophy in the club's Centenary year.
CHELSEA: Turnbull, Ivanovic, Cole, Luiz, Cahill, Azpilicueta, Ramires (Lampard, 71), Mata, Oscar (Marin, 83), Hazard, Torres (Ba, 81).
SWANS: Tremmel, Chico Flores, Williams, Rangel, Davies, Britton, Michu (Graham, 83), Hernandez, Routledge (Tiendalli, 62), de Guzman, Ki.